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It is amazing sometimes how one signing can transform a team. The Sun (2016)If you really have to transform something, make sure you do it well. The Sun (2016)A deep conversation can transform a relationship into a genuine love bond. The Sun (2016)Your answer transforms the relationship. The Sun (2016)This could transform your relationship. The Sun (2016)Just when you think you know all there is to know about a job you learn something new that transforms a routine day into an exciting one. The Sun (2016)Your body will transform into one that is lean, sculpted, strong and graceful. Times, Sunday Times (2017)The sun switches your intuition to full strength and you read secrets in other people's minds, deepening understanding and helping transform a love relationship. The Sun (2016)It seems that 4½ years spent in one building can transform you from a villain to a hero in the eyes of parts of the American right. Times, Sunday Times (2017)You can transform a group of friends into winners. The Sun (2011)Your new attitude can transform a relationship. The Sun (2014)What seems merely promising now could soon transform elements of your life. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The mood has completely transformed this season. The Sun (2015)What at first seemed simple is gradually transformed into something subtle and eerie and strange. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Will he manage to transform yet another flagging business tonight? The Sun (2006)Your mind and heart are now open to changes that could transform your life. The Sun (2014)What one small step would transform our economic results? MANAGING FOR RESULTS (1986)You can also be the one who transforms a group of friends into a team of winners. The Sun (2016)You have fresh ideas plus the ability to understand a partner that transform a relationship. The Sun (2011)The degree to which artists transform elements of the landscape to express their relationship with it varies. Improve Your Landscape PaintingLosing weight has completely transformed my life. The Sun (2014)Sometimes a little something extra can transform a simple dish. Times, Sunday Times (2010)No human leader can transform another person. Christianity Today (2000)Could a change of address transform your love life? The Sun (2010)There were many instances of managers arriving early last season and transforming results. Times, Sunday Times (2007)But such sites are really quite easy to transform if one looks at them from a different point of view. The Education of a Gardener (1994)In all of these areas, he transformed the art. Times, Sunday Times (2013)By day it is tranquil and filled with birdsong, but on clear nights the area is transformed. Times, Sunday Times (2016)COULD one love question transform your future? The Sun (2009)
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Translations for 'transform'
British English: transform /trænsˈfɔːm/ VERB
To transform someone or something means to change them completely.
A big, happy smile transformed her face.
- American English: transform
- Arabic: يُحَوِّلُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: transformar
- Chinese: 转换
- Croatian: promijeniti
- Czech: přetvořit
- Danish: omdanne
- Dutch: transformeren
- European Spanish: transformar
- Finnish: muuttua
- French: transformer
- German: umwandeln
- Greek: μεταμορφώνω
- Italian: trasformare
- Japanese: 変容させる
- Korean: 변형시키다
- Norwegian: forvandle
- Polish: przekształcić
- European Portuguese: transformar
- Romanian: a (se) transforma
- Russian: трансформировать
- Spanish: transformar
- Swedish: förvandla
- Thai: ทำให้เปลี่ยนแปลง
- Turkish: dönüştürmek
- Ukrainian: змінювати
- Vietnamese: biến đổi
Definition of transform from the Collins English Dictionary
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